[Loadstone] Question about Accuracy
mikolaj-rotnicki at o2.pl
Tue Feb 27 22:08:38 GMT 2007
As far as I know the numbers you mention refer to so called Dilution of
precision (see Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDOP). And in case of
Loadstone I assume it is the Position Dilution of precision (PDOP).
The numbers have no unit. The lower the number the higher the accuracy.
Please correct me if I am wrong.
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From: "Tom Lange" <trlange at pacbell.net>
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Subject: [Loadstone] Question about Accuracy
> I'm currently using Loadstone on a Nokia 6682 with a Holux GPSlim36
> receiver. Just now, when I press keypad 3, I'm told that I have a GPS
> and keypad * shows 4 out of a possible 12 satellites. Keypad 2 shows 2.6.
> Often I've seen numbers as low as 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, and so on. What do those
> numbers represent? Are these numbers on a scale of 1 to 10, for example,
> where 10 represents the highest possible accuracy? I don't remember
> this discussed in the documentation, so I'm curious about it.
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